|Agarwood, Aloeswood, Eaglewood, Gaharu.
|Country of Origin
|India, Malaysia and Indonesia
|(0.988) 0.968 - .0970
|(-16) -17D - (-21D)
|(1.5100) 1.5000 - 1.5100
|Carnation, Geranium, and Sandalwood.
Agarwood Attar has a pleasing woody masculine fragrance and made from natural agarwood. Also known by the name of Oudh/Aloeswood, it is derived from Agarwood tree. The derived oil is most expensive oil in the world due to it being scarce as it takes hundreds of years for resin to form from mold on tree. Having a classic Oudh fragrance, it has a deep, earthy, musky and potent aroma, it blends well with all oils and has warming, purifying, balancing, deep woodsy & transcendent qualities.
Agarwood attar has long been associated with various religions and cultures. While it finds a mention in ancient scriptures of Japanese and Chinese dynasties it also finds mention in bible where it is reffered as Aloe in old testament however this matter is debatable. It is certainly considered an aid for meditation in spritual circles, thus it is used for incense and perfumes. Deservingly, it is also called wood of God in Asia
Color : Dark brown & Balsamic Odor,
Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent
chamazulene, bisabolol oxide A, a-bisabolol, bisabolol oxide B, bisabolone oxide A.
Agarwood oil is derived from Aquillaria agollocha tree and blended into pure Sandalwood essential oil. The CO2 extraction gives it a truer aroma as well as ensures there is no chemical residues present in it. Its three principal uses include medicine, perfume & incense. Smaller quantities of this oil are also used for other purposes like carvings.